February 28, 2019<br>Spring Workshop<br>Clinical Advancements (Immunotherapy,Radiation Oncology, CAR-T Therapy, and Updates on Clinical Trials)<br>Embassy Suites, Charlotte/Ayrsley

February 28, 2019
Spring Workshop
Clinical Advancements (Immunotherapy,Radiation Oncology, CAR-T Therapy, and Updates on Clinical Trials)
Embassy Suites, Charlotte/Ayrsley

Event Title:  Clinical Advancements (Immunotherapy, Radiation Oncology, CAR-T Therapy, and Update on Clinical Trials) Location: Embassy Suites, Charlotte/Ayrsley                Date: February 28, 2019 2019 Spring Workshop Agenda  Registration for the 2019 Spring Workshop

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North Carolina Advocacy Day!

The National Patient Advocate Foundation is looking forward to holding an Advocacy Day at the North Carolina State Legislative Building on June 16, 2016. If you haven’t already registered, we invite you to attend! We will schedule meetings for you to meet with your members throughout the day. For this Advocacy Day, our efforts will be focused

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ASP + 0.86% Cut — Need Your Help!!!

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Better Nutrition Every Day

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